I was a person who always had excitement and passion in my career. I was excited when I got my first job as a web developer and I pushed myself hard to learn everything I could to be knowledgeable in everything I did. For years I would have ideas and build them, find new tech and try… Continue reading Self Doubt
It is complete! Took a little over a month of waiting for parts, disassembly, cleaning, painting, and reassembly. I think it looks pretty good 🙂
Gas tank mounted! All that’s left is the front end and side panels, new brake fluid, and a little more cleaning/detailing.
Painted the gas tank black, but not really. Seeing how Plasti Dip works out on it and it’s a cheap method to painting the gas tank. If it doesn’t work out I may stick with a white tank and a black bike.
Had to remove the water pump to extract the rest of the drain bolt. It broke off when I put it back on after flushing out the coolant. The replacement bolt arrives tomorrow.
Tail section complete! Little bit everyday. It should all be ready by the weekend.
This thing is gonna be all blacked out! The light is a lot brighter than my previous one and has a couple of different features. First is that when the brake is applied the light flashes bright a few times before holding bright as a warning to drivers behind me that I’m braking. This gives… Continue reading Smoked integrated taillight
I wrote a piece on the VaultPress blog recently about some basic security practices plugin developers should know and include in their own plugins. This sums up my beliefs on being a plugin/theme developer: Writing plugins for WordPress gives us so much freedom and flexibility on the platform and with this ability comes a responsibility… Continue reading Five Ways to Secure Your WordPress Plugins
I’ve wanted to speak at a conference for a long time and only recently decided to take the leap by submitting a talk for the local WordCamp in Saratoga. I chose the topic of the Cron API because I use something very similar everyday at Automattic and I’ve not seen any talks on the component… Continue reading Talk: Getting Started with the Cron API
… the desire for security and the feeling of insecurity are the same thing. To hold your breath is to lose your breath. A society based on the quest for security is nothing but a breath-retention contest in which everyone is as taut as a drum and as purple as a beet.